Top 5 Android Apps For May 2018

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1.Zedge

Zedge is pretty much a one-stop-shop for things like wallpapers, ringtones, notification tones, and alarms. There is a very large selection of all of those things available in a variety of genres including fantasy, mainstream, funny, and pretty much whatever else you can think of. Zedge’s users add most of the content themselves. Thanks to this, there is quite a bit of variety. Finding stuff on there is rather simple. The only bad part is the advertising can get annoying but it’s easy enough to ignore. You can pick it up right now for free and there are no in-app purchases. For wallpapers, we’d recommend WallpapersCraft 4K Backgrounds.

2.Quick

Quik is a video editor app by GoPro. It’s one of only a precious few video editing apps and this one is entirely free. The way it works is the app will take video that you’ve captured and then string it together in a sort of video collage. You’ll have complete control over how long those clips are, where to make cuts, and there are some effects and additional stuff you can add on top to add a little flair. It doesn’t compare to desktop apps like Final Cut Pro or Adobe Premiere Pro, but it works surprisingly well for most simple, mobile uses.

3.Keepassdroid

KeePassDroid is a password manager. It branches from the KeePass open source project. It’s a locker app where you can keep all kinds of sensitive information. That includes login details for websites, serial numbers for your expensive items, The app isn’t much to look at, but it works really well. Additionally, you can export your stuff to proprietary file types so you can transfer the data to new devices. It’s simple, it works, and it’s completely free with no in-app purchases. There are other free Android apps based on the KeePass project if this one doesn’t suite your preferences. The paid options like LastPass and 1Password are better. However, they aren’t free like this one.

4.Imagur And Giphy

Imgur and Giphy are two image databases. They’re great places to find things like funny GIFs, fun images, little facts, and all kinds of other entertainment purposes. Most of those awesome pictures you see on Facebook, Twitter, etc come from here. Imgur also happens to be the image upload service that most people use on Reddit. Both Giphy and Imgur are completely free to download and use. They have your back whether you want to kill a few minutes slacking off or looking for the perfect reaction GIF for that Twitter or Google+ post. They’re two free Android apps worth having.

5.Tick Tick

TickTick is among the best to do list apps on Android. It works a lot like Wunderlist, actually. You can make lists, share tasks with other people, organize your tasks in various ways, get reminders, set recurring tasks, and more. It’s also highly modular. That helps with organization. The widgets aren’t half bad either. There is a pro version, but it adds things like calendar support and other additional features. The free version of this is far above what most other to do list apps offer. It’s also clean, easy to use, and it’s great for small teams or family use.

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